Like most small towns and villages in Canada, local congregations are not what they used to be. Many churches are being closed and sold, Alma is no different. The United Church, where we would have been married had it been raining, has now been sold.
Welcome to the Holy Whale, a micro brewery, where the brew is cold and tasty, or if you want to warm up , then there are some specialty coffee on tap also. We stopped in one evening after walking trails and had a great relaxing brew, well maybe a couple, the atmosphere was relatively quite and a great place for a chat. So next time your in Alma, check out the church, it’s still a quiet sanctuary, but now with cool brews.